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Nano Nails converts long fingernails into stylii

Nano Nails converts long fingernails into stylii

As you can imagine, touchscreens have a slight bias against long fingernails, and if you happen to have long fingernails, we're sure that you've already developed some special techniques to effectively use your phone and tablet. However, a new product called Nano Nails aims to essentially turn those long fingernails into touchscreen stylii.

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Griffin kid-friendly accessories explode upon CES 2013

Griffin kid-friendly accessories explode upon CES 2013

This week the folks at Griffin are sure to bring on more than just a couple of their own accessories for devices of all kinds, but right at the start they've made it bright and colorful for the kids. Starting with an item as small as a pencil - the Capper Stylus, shaped like a rocket here in the first images we've got, transforms a standard pencil into a tablet-friendly stylus - how about that? Then there's a set of Kazoo iOS cases (which you see in monkey form here for the iPhone) and frog-themed headphones - needless to say, we'll be getting really cute with Griffin this year.

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SlashGear interviews Futura 2000 on Samsung and the power of cross-branding

SlashGear interviews Futura 2000 on Samsung and the power of cross-branding

The artist / designer known as Futura 2000 has executed a rather interesting set of collaborative projects in his lifetime, painting a portfolio of historically significant cross-overs that's lead him straight to Samsung. The folks at Samsung took the opportunity very recently to team up with Futura for the first time to present a unique use-case for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (tablet with S-Pen stylus) and its major potential in the hands of this creative icon and legend. In our interview we found that though Samsung presents this man as a larger-than-life hero here in their second collaboration (here using the Galaxy Note II as a central device), he's actually quite the down-to-earth conversationalist, and has shown his approach with the Galaxy Note device series to be made with the same intrigue as your everyday average gadget enthusiast.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet unveiled for USA

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet unveiled for USA

We knew it was coming, but this afternoon Samsung has formally unveiled their second generation Note device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. This will be their new flagship tablet, and takes a few hints from the extremely popular Galaxy S III and original 5.3-inch Galaxy Note and blend them into one neat product. Start your journey by checking out our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 full review or by having a peek at some pointed specs right here in the post you're already in!

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 event hits NYC tomorrow: join us!

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 event hits NYC tomorrow: join us!

Samsung is holding an event tomorrow, August 15th, to showcase the next entry into its Galaxy Note series. The drawing on the invite suggests we’ll be looking at something focused on using Samsung’s S-Pen, promising that we’ll “meet the new way”. Rumors suggest that we could finally be seeing the Galaxy Note 10.1 tomorrow, and judging from the various reports and release dates from international retailers that we’ve seen lately, that seems like a safe bet.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 due in the UK on August 16th

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 due in the UK on August 16th

Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10.1 would go on sale worldwide in August, and it looks like those in the UK will be able to get their hands on the tablet in the next few days. According to a tweet from Samsung UK, the tablet will go on sale at Samsung’s retail store at Westfield Stratford on August 16th. The company hasn’t confirmed what the tablet will cost, but Expansys currently has the tablet on pre-order for £479.99 (~$754).

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Microsoft’s prototype stylus is your iPad’s best friend

Microsoft’s prototype stylus is your iPad’s best friend

If you want to buy a stylus that works with touchscreens on modern smartphones and tablets, you’re restricted to those with capacitive nibs that don’t have a great deal of accuracy. Microsoft is reportedly working on a stylus that will work with any computer screen by directly tracking the output of the LCD screen. The company's solution would place an angled camera within a stylus that would capture the LCD at a resolution of 512x512.

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Wacom announces Cintiq 22HD and Cintiq 24HD touch

Wacom announces Cintiq 22HD and Cintiq 24HD touch

So you want a Wacom tablet but need something a little bigger than average? The company has two new products that you might be interested in, the Cintiq 24HD touch and Cintiq 22HD. The Cintiq 24HD has a large 24-inch display with multitouch support, capable of displaying 1.07 billion colors while also covering 97% of the Adobe RGB color gamut. The tablet features physical controls as well for menu selection and access to program shortcuts.

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